Logged nine rounds of play while competing in four tournaments ... Averaged 76.3 strokes per round ... Tied for 27th place out of 103 players at the Chick-fil-A Collegiate at the Stonebridge Golf Club in Rome, Georgia, with a 36-hole score of 150 (74-76) ... Lone sub-par round of the year came over the final 18 holes of the Emory Discover DeKalb Invitational when he shot a one-under 70 (tying career best), with that score topping all Eagles for that round ... Ended the Emory Discover DeKalb Invitational as the ‘B’ side No. 2 scorer and 14th in the 82-player field with a 54-hole score of 220 (78-72-70) – shot even par for the final 36 holes.
First season as an Eagle saw him total seven rounds of play over three tournaments ... Top 18-hole outing came during the opening round of the Chick-fil-A Collegiate Spring Invitational when he carded a two-under par 70, ending the 54-hole competition with a score of 222 (70-79-73) that tied for 14th out of 69 players ... 29th in the 83-player field at the Discover DeKalb Emory Spring Invitational with a 36-hole effort of 150 (76-74) ... Also took part in the Piedmont College Fall Invitational.
Four-year member of the golf program at Bishop Moore High School ... Was coached by Marvin Snyder ... Served as team captain his senior year ... Averaged 75.0 strokes per round his final campaign ... First Team All-Area as selected by the Orlando Sentinel his final season after garnering honorable-mention status as a junior ... Two-time team MVP ... One of four junior golfers to receive the Hugh Cranford All-Academic Team Award ... Semifinalist in the Florida Boys Match Play Championship in 2016 ... Inducted into the Honor Societies (science, English, social studies, math and Spanish) ... Selected by Bishop Moore school President Tom Doyle to receive the Rotary Club Student of the Month Academic/Service Award from among 293 seniors. ... Co-founded the Lion and Hornet Society, a charitable organization that had over 70 members ... Member of the FSGA/FL Junior Tour and AJGA Junior Golf Tour.
Son of Steven and Carol Hingtgen ... Born May 14 ... Majors in business administration.
"I chose Emory because of its great location and campus, as well as its outstanding academic and athletic reputation."